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Fruiting Tree ID help!

 
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I found this in a weedy shrubby area along a driveway here in the Portland, OR area. It is currently producing fruits and I split one open to find it had one large pit in the middle. The tree is about 20 feet tall. Hard to get a good pic of the full structure as it is tangled up in Himalayan blackberry and other shrubs.
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